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NAB officials suspended for assaulting Shagufta Ejaz’s salon staff and slapped her daughter. Deputy director NAB Ausaf Ali Talpur misbehaved the salon staff and his wife slapped shagufta ejaz daughter. Shagufta ejaz is a famous actress of karachi television.
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NEW DELHI: One of the game’s all-time greats, Sachin Tendulkar, on Sunday announced his retirement from one-day cricket, bringing to an end a glorious 23-year-old career in the format during which he rewrote numerous batting records. “I have decided to retire from the One-Day format of the game. I feel blessed to have fulfilled the dream of being part of a World Cup wining Indian team. The preparatory process to defend the World Cup in 2015 should begin early and in right earnest,” the 39-year-old said in a statement released by the BCCI today. “I would like to wish the team all the very best for the future. I am eternally grateful to all my well wishers for their unconditional support and love over the years,” he added. Tendulkar, considered the most complete batsman in modern cricket and one who was considered next only to the legendary Sir Donald Bradman, retires from the ODI format at the top of the run-getters’ list.
Tendulkar goes out after amassing 18,426 runs in 463 one-dayers at an average of 44.83. The diminutive right-hander has an astonishing 49 hundreds in the format, including a double hundred — the first in this form of the game.
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LONDON: The 30th Olympic Games will get underway to provide the stage for some 10,500 sportsmen and women from 204 competing nations to fulfil their dreams, among them Indian medal hopefuls in boxing, shooting, archery, tennis and wrestling. The Opening Ceremony of the Olympics 2012 and the ranking rounds for Archery will be held in London today. PT takes in the mood at the world’s biggest sporting event.
Controversies and rows will take a backseat as the Big Games begin today. Every Olympian, sportsperson and sports-fan is looking forward to the Opening Ceremony of the London Olympics 2012 and the sporting events and competitions to follow. The mood is upbeat, Indian sportspersons and fervent fans have their eye on the gold.
The players have been training well and hard, soaking in the spirit of the game at the Olympics Village in London. Some have been constantly keeping fans updated on the goings-on at the Village. Each representative of the different sports is a picture of confidence. Will they do the country proud? A determined ‘yes’ has constantly echoed from the players prior to their London departure. It will be an honour for them; a moment of high achievement for the country.
Rewind to 2008 – the Beijing Olympics. India won a total of three medals. Shooter Abhinav Bindra bagged the first individual Olympic gold for the country; wrestling champ Sushil Kumar, who will be the flag-bearer at today’s opening ceremony, won a bronze; and so did boxer Vijender Singh. This time round, there are many medal hopefuls. To start with, there’s world No 1 woman archer, the young Deepika Kumari. The ranking rounds for Archery (both men and women individual and team) will be held today; most of the other competitions start on July 28. Deepika has come a long way from her humble background. Born in a small village near Ranchi, Deepika is the eldest daughter of an autorickshaw driver. Today, she is India’s strongest contender for a medal at the Big Games. All eyes will be on her command over the bow and arrow. (Source Times of India)
Nissan Motor unveiled the Nissan Note, a new global compact car at a world premiere held at the Osanbashi venue in Yokohama. With a goal of becoming the most user-friendly car in its segment, the new Note will explore the full potential of compact cars when it goes on sale in Japan this fall. The Note achieves class-leading fuel efficiency and emission levels, combining advanced engine technology, a lightweight platform and improved aerodynamics. A global success since its launch in 2005, Nissan has sold 940,000 units of the current Note. (1) Car of over 1000cc engine displacement and excludes Hybrid model. (2) Fuel economy varies by grade. The new Japanese-market Note will be manufactured at Nissan Motor Kyushu. Nissan’s Sunderland plant in the U.K. will produce models for Europe, which are planned for release in 2013.
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Rajesh Khanna is no more after being critically ill from last few months. He breathed his last in the presence of his ex-wife Dimple Kapadia, daughters Rinkie and Twinkle, son-in-law Akshay Kumar, grand children and close relatives.
From the dizzying heights of fame to quiet shadows behind the arclights, Rajesh Khanna’s life had a theatrical sweep, almost like one of his films.
In an era long before this age of instant connect of mobile phones and internet, Rajesh Khanna was the man who sparked a frenzy never seen before and never since, not even by the likes of Amitabh Bachchan.
His very name spelt magic in the 1970s. He sparked hysteria, particularly amongst his legions of women fans, who would line the road for a glimpse, chant his name, cover his car with lipstick marks and even write him letters in blood. They got married to his photograph, cut their finger, let the blood flow and applied ‘sindoor’.
Truly, “O mere di ke chain”!
Kaka, as he was popularly known, was one of the highest paid actors of his time, his record of consecutive solo super hits still unbroken. Who can forget the years between 1970-1979 when he starred in mega hits like “Safar”, “Kati Patang”, “Sachaa Jhutha”, “Aan Milo Sajna”, “Anand”, “Amar Prem” and “Mere Jeevan Saathi”. Ever the urbane, suave romantic who wooed like few others.
Glory and fame galore came his way with the two 1969 films – “Aradhana” and “Do Raaste” – where he teamed up with two of his best co-stars, Sharmila Tagore and Mumtaz, respectively. Both the films were super hits. Hindi film’s first superstar was born.
Between “Aradhana” in 1969 and “Prem Kahani” in 1975, Rajesh enjoyed god-like status.
It was all about charisma – a certain something that went beyond the art of acting. He had that unique way of delivering a dialogue, of crinkling his eyes and that interesting head tilt that were all his own – and designed to get fans swooning.
Describing the charm of Rajesh Khanna, Amitabh once said: “I got famous purely because I was working with Rajesh Khanna in ‘Anand’. People asked me questions like, ‘How is he to look at? What does he do?'”
The mega story had a small beginning in Amritsar. Born Jatin Arora on Dec 29, 1942, he was adopted and raised by foster parents.
He went from being Jatin to Rajesh, thanks to his uncle who changed his name, when he decided to join films.
In 1965, the journey to filmdom started after he won the All India Talent Contest organised by United Producers and Filmfare. He made his debut with “Aakhri Khat” in 1966.
It was a fairly easy road to superstardom after that.
He became the heartthrob of the nation, singing timeless melodies like “Mere Sapnon Ki Rani…” in “Aradhana”, “Zindagi Ek Safar” in “Andaaz” or “Yeh Shaam Mastani” in “Kati Patang“. Singer Kishore Kumar and composer R.D. Burman were amongst his closest friends.
In his four-decade career, he appeared in about 160 films, of which 106 had him as the solo lead hero and 22 were two hero projects.
Rajesh proved his mettle in offbeat films too. He teamed up with